Definition of maneuverable in English:

maneuverable

Syllabification: ma·neu·ver·a·ble
Pronunciation: /məˈno͞ovərəbəl
 
/
(Britishmanoeuvrable)

adjective

(Especially of a craft or vessel) able to be maneuvered easily while in motion.
More example sentences
  • The ship is highly maneuverable despite its incredible mass.
  • Almost half of the tiny craft was a fusion impeller, making it the most maneuverable ship in the fleet.
  • On one hand, helicopters are more maneuverable over a target and can get closer to the ground.

Derivatives

maneuverability

Pronunciation: /məˌno͞ovərəˈbilətē/
noun
More example sentences
  • Gun trucks in the mounted security role bring maneuverability, mobility, and firepower to the fight.
  • The high mobility and maneuverability of troops must and will be used particularly often by the defending side.
  • The induction of amphibious vehicles for military applications has increased the manoeuvrability of troops in marshy lands and rivers.

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